Best Medical Home Care Books
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1. The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss
Author: by Nancy L. Mace MA
Grand Central Life & Style
The most trusted guide for caring for persons with Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, and dementia disorders-now revised and updated with practical and legal advice and compassionate guidance for families and caregivers. When someone in your family suffers from Alzheimer’s disease or other related memory loss diseases, both you and your loved one face immense challenges.
For over thirty years, this book has been the trusted bible for families affected by dementia disorders. Now completely revised and updated, this guide features the latest information on the causes of dementia, managing the early stages of dementia, the prevention of dementia, and finding appropriate living arrangements for the person who has dementia when home care is no longer an option.
You’ll learn:The basic facts about dementiaHow to deal with problems arising in daily care-meals, exercise, personal hygiene, and safetyHow to cope with an impaired person’s false ideas, suspicion, anger, and other mood problemsHow to get outside help from support groups, friends, and agenciesFinancial and legal issues you must address.
2. Puzzles for Stroke Patients: Rebuild Language, Math & Logic Skills to Heal and Live a More Fulfilling Life
Author: by Kalman Toth M.A. M.PHIL.
FUN PUZZLES, BINGO & COLORING FOR FAST STROKE RECOVERY! Large print version for easy reading. Customer Ray: “This book has helped my wife since her stroke. She does puzzles every day. It has brought back that beautiful smile. I highly recommend this book.
Thanks.” Excellent for caregivers, nursing homes & rehab centers! Canadian customer: “My mom had a mild stroke and she says the book is helpful.” The entertaining puzzle workouts in the book feature engaging, positive images to improve your memory and keep your brain young!
The brain therapy book is full of amazing puzzles, bingo play cards & beautiful coloring pages to stimulate, rebuild your mental abilities, and fine motor skills! Positive fun puzzles are recommended by MDs, speech, cognitive & behavioral therapists for stroke recuperation. The wonderful healing book features captivating presidential photo puzzles, adult coloring, word searches, crosswords, cryptograms, & animal photo puzzles.
The comprehensive activities in the collection are all outstanding training exercises for stroke recovery. Customer Luisa: This book is extremely helpful: I had a stroke three months ago, and I decided to try your book. It has helped me a great deal.
3. Dash Diet Cookbook for Two: 200 Healthy Low-Sodium simple Recipes to help you Lower Your Blood Pressure. : 7 – week plan and Meal Prep 2021 to boost your immune system and lose weight
Author: by Jennifer Larsen
Dash Diet Cookbook for Two 200 healthy low-sodium simple recipes to help you Lower Your Blood Pressure. 7 – Week plan and Meal prep 2021 to boost your immune system and lose weightThe Dash Diet Cookbook for two is a Healthy cookbook full of upgraded smartly and fast preparation recipes and a step-by-step guide thanks to the new meal preparation plans 2021High blood pressure is linked to a higher risk of conditions such as heart disease, kidney failure, and stroke, there are so many diet programs around.
The DASH Cookbook is based on diet elements ranked as the “Best Overall Diet” and the most effective diet for healthy weight loss as proven NIH research on Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) to create a program to speed weight loss and boost metabolism.
The DASH diet encourages you to reduce the sodium in your diet and eat a variety of foods rich in nutrients that help lower blood pressure, such as potassium, calcium, and magnesium. By following the DASH diet, you may be able to reduce your blood pressure, thanks to a balanced dietary strategy that could be used to achieve a healthier diet and lifestyle.
4. Reiki Healing for Beginners: Unlocking the secrets of aura cleansing and reiki self-healing. Learning reiki symbols and acquiring tips for reiki meditation and reiki psychic (Medical Intuitive)
Author: by David Filipe
….Have you ever heard of spiritual healing therapy? Reiki is the healing therapy created by a Japanese Buddhist named Mikao Usui over a hundred years ago, is based on a simple spiritual principle: we are all guided by the same invisible life force that controls our physical, mental and emotional well-being “being”. When the energy flows freely, we can draw on reserves of unknown power.
When you come across blockages (often caused by negative thoughts, untreated trauma or stress overload), we operate at a sub-optimal level. This may seem like voodoo magic to some, even non-believers who have spent an hour with a skilled Reiki master (as they are called) have felt a positive change of some kind.
Many describe Reiki sessions as a combination, a light touch of energy over the body as calming or rooted, for others, seems like an emotional realignment. Reiki masters, like Kelsey Patel, have been training for years to understand and navigate small changes in energy, but Patel says that anyone can learn (quickly) to work with energy and influence the flow of others.
5. Toolkit for Caregivers: Tips, Skills, and Wisdom to Maximize Your Time Together
Author: by Deidre Edwards
Published at: Independently published (August 11, 2019)
Concerned about being up to the task of caring for a loved one at home?Help has arrived! If you are one of the millions of people who have become a caregiver to a loved one, these two books, offered together in one book for a limited time, will guide you through that maze of caregiving concerns that threatens to overwhelm and consume you.
Toolkit for Caregivers will very quickly become your go-to guide for:How to set up a caregiving environmentSkills in patient care that are clearly explained for family members to understandTips/tricks/hacks to make your loved one/patient more comfortable in a home hospital bed and you a more confident caregiverResources for getting supplemental helpAdvice on personal coping concerns and techniques for the caregiverUnderstanding Home Health and Hospice CareMaximizing moments together with your loved one/patient so caregiving does not take overLove Lives Here Toolkit for Caregiver Survival will guide you through the following steps:What ALL people, regardless of age, can do to make family life transitions go smoother through a process of focused, loving considerations and having The Conversation talking points includedWhat you may expect and how you can prepare yourself in advance for walking through the emotional concerns of death and dying.
6. Health Through God's Pharmacy: Advice and Proven Cures with Medicinal Herbs
Author: by Maria Treben
Much sought-after personal advice on the use of medicinal herbs from Europe’s most popular herbalist. Comprehensive and infomative, this time-honored herbal remedies have been shown to cure even some so-called “incureable” diseases. The book about herbs, which was first published in 1980, has become a phenomenal success.
So far, the Publisher Ennsthaler Verlag has sold over nine million copies of the book which has become a classic among health guides and has been translated into 27 languages. It gives a detailed description of 31 herbs, ranging from agrimony to yarrow.
The author explains how to prepare teas, tinctures, body pastes, baths and juices. These herbs are native plants, such as yarrow or ribworth that grow in meadows and woodlands, and are very robust. The enormous success of Maria Treben ist most likely based on the fact that she has restored an ancient knowledge that had already largely been forgotten.
7. NATIVE AMERICAN HERBAL APOTHECARY: 3 BOOKS IN 1: The Ultimate Encyclopedia and Herbal Remedies & Recipes Dispensatory to Help and Improve Your … Tradition. (Native American Herbal Apotecary)
Author: by Aponi Garlow
Are you against traditional medicine and prefer natural medicine? Taking care of your body and your psychophysical well-being with natural cures and remedies is a healthy choice, as well as responsible since Nature can offer us an effective solution for any malaise or disorder you need to face.
Long before Europeans arrived in America, Native Americans had already developed an incredible ability to use medicinal herbs to treat many of the diseases they suffered from. Simultaneously, they were full of physical vigor and energy that found their source from natural herbs.
The use of natural remedies by the Native Americans encompassed different action fields: an authentic, balanced relationship with Nature. The ancient population exploited virtues and benefits. The legacy of the American Indians to modern herbalists is consistent, as evidenced by the current treaties that include many of the herbs and plants used in the past.
In particular, the Cherokee, a tribe that comes from Oklahoma and surrounding states, had high respect for plants that they thought were created to help them fight diseases, ailments and, in many cases, to establish contact with the gods. Herbal medicine of the Cherokee and other Native Americans has been practiced for hundreds of years, demonstrating a deep knowledge of the plants’ healing properties at their disposal, knowledge handed down from one generation to the next thanks to healers shamans.
8. Hospice Nursing 101
Author: by Nancy Hackett RN,MSN
A must for anyone working in Hospice, especially RN, and LVN, LPNs, Home health Aids, Chaplains, Volunteers, Social workers and office staff. It is not a text book, but an Orientation to Hospice workbook. It has large margins and extra blank pages to make notes for yourself.
It gives philosophy of Hospice, Safety review, Certifications and recertifications and when and how to do them, infection control, HIPPA, QAPI, How to make a regular visit, How to complete a visit when a patient passes away, Intake procedure, CTI sample, Hospice admission worksheet example,Commonly used ICD 10 Codes, Changing from one hospice to another, Live discharges, Sample of assisted living, Nursing home, and home orders.
Facility communication note. On call log documentation and communication. Format for presenting patients during Team meetings. Audit formats ( both nursing and non nursing audits. It is a perfect for all new hires in Hospice and Admission Nurses and any supplement information can be added to it, specific to the agency.
9. Your Own Perfect Medicine: The Incredible Proven Natural Miracle Cure that Medical Science Has Never Revealed!
Author: by Martha M. Christy
An overview of the mainstream medical use of urine, which contains more than 200 nutrients, vitamins, hormones, minerals, antibodies, and amino acids.
10. How I Cured My Silent Reflux: The Counterintuitive Path to Healing Acid Reflux, GERD, and Silent Reflux (LPR)
Author: by Don Daniels
Acid reflux is by far the most widespread gastrointestinal disorder. To put it in perspective, the U.S. Alone spends more than $10B on reflux medications globally. Thus, given the incredible prevalence of medications you might wonder why: WebMD reports the disease has increased +50% over the last decade The National Cancer Institute shares throat cancer, the fastest growing cancer, is +850% since 1975 The Voice Institute finds mortality from throat cancer is +7xYou may also wonder why mainstream medical approaches, which you might think would be the best cure for acid reflux, have not helped you address your acid reflux or GERD.
The startling answer to both of these questions is thoroughly explored in this book. If you are among the 10% of sufferers with silent / laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) you may initially have been misdiagnosed with a number of respiratory illnesses ranging from asthma to allergies.
Even specialists are at a loss with regards to an effective treatment and diagnosis leaving you to suffer the many symptoms alone: Sleep disturbance – breathing difficulty, choking, coughing Social challenges – hoarseness, clearing throat, belching Health issues – pain, mucus, lump in throat, difficulty swallowing Food and drink Issues – regurgitation, indigestion, eating problems Emotional distress – anxiety, stress, apathyIn addition to these symptoms, there is the growing concerns of long term damage, cancer, and long term effects of reflux medications.
11. Already Toast: Caregiving and Burnout in America
Author: by Kate Washington
The story of one woman’s struggle to care for her seriously ill husbandand a revealing look at the role unpaid family caregivers play in a society that fails to provide them with structural support. Already Toast shows how all-consuming caregiving can be, how difficult it is to find support, and how the social and literary narratives that have long locked women into providing emotional labor also keep them in unpaid caregiving roles.
When Kate Washington and her husband, Brad, learned that he had cancer, they were a young couple: professionals with ascending careers, parents to two small children. Brad’s diagnosis stripped those identities away: he became a patient and she his caregiver.
Brad’s cancer quickly turned aggressive, necessitating a stem-cell transplant that triggered a massive infection, robbing him of his eyesight and nearly of his life. Kate acted as his full-time aide to keep him alive, coordinating his treatments, making doctors’ appointments, calling insurance companies, filling dozens of prescriptions, cleaning commodes, administering IV drugs.
12. Encyclopedia of Dr. Sebi 7 in 1: Everything You Need to Win Against STDs, Cancer, Diabetes, Leukemia, Epilepsy, Herpes, and Other Diseases | 500+ Natural Remedies Included
Author: by A. J. Bridgeford
THE BOOK THAT BEGINNERS AND EXPERTS SHOULD HAVE IN THEIR LIBRARY The Foolproof Remedies to Eliminate Once and for All Suffering from Your Life and Live Free ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DR. SEBI 7 IN 1 TRY IT NOW ! Are Looking for A Complete Guide that Teaches You How to Eat Healthy, How to Naturally Detox Your Body, Keep Your Immune System Strong and Control Diseases?
If YES, then THIS GUIDE Is the Best Solution for You.? INTRO ABOUT THE AUTHORA.J. Bridgeford is a young author who has been a student of Dr. Sebi’s natural remedies for years. He used all his knowledge to help many people recover from bad diseases with excellent results.
His motivation arose after losing his mother to chronic infection and after 10 years he has helped more than 5,375 people. With experience, he decided to document all his knowledge and write a collection of books to help all families. The 7 Complete Volumes in 1 Book Only | Body-Mind-Spirit Free from Diseases_?
WHAT YOU WILL LEARNWithin this book, you have over 500 different natural remedies to regulate the immune system and eat healthy. You will learn to manage your ph level, in this way you can definitely eliminate the toxins and mucus from your body.
13. What Your Doctor Won't Tell You: The Real Reasons You Don't Feel Good and What YOU Can Do About It
Author: by David Sherer MD
“THIS BOOK WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE!” NEWSMAX In WHAT YOUR DOCTOR WON’T TELL YOU: The Real Reasons You Don’t Feel Good and What YOU Can Do About It, Dr. Sherer provides readers with verifiable information about current medicine, healthcare and relevant public policy so they can make their own best judgments as to whether a change in their behavior will, if they are inclined, effect a positive change in your life.
He strips away the veneer of political correctness when it comes to health and provides the basic truths behind the implications of the daily decisions we make that affect out health. These decisions, mostly based in how we approach food, physical activity, our mental and emotional states, our interactions with others and our approach to accessing healthcare, have profound effects on our physical, mental and emotional states.
Rather than being a book on how to eat, how to exercise, how to shop for a health plan and so on, this work strives only to inform. Because with information comes power. And with power, there is the potential for positive change.
14. Community As Partner: Theory and Practice in Nursing
Author: by Elizabeth Anderson RN DrPH FAAN
Prepare your students for professional nursing practice in the community. Packed with real-life examples and the latest information in the field, this award-winning book helps students develop the knowledge and skills needed to develop true partnerships with communities. Using their renowned Community As Partner Model to illustrate how the community, environment, health, and nursing intertwine, the authors take students through the entire nursing process with a real-life community as an example.
Retaining the features that have made the book a classic around the world, this edition offers a foundational overview of the concepts of epidemiology, environment, culture, ethics, empowerment, health policy, informatics, bioterrorism, and emerging infectious diseases as they relate to community health, while enhancing coverage of timely topics, such as Participatory Research and the latest on the Affordable Care Act.
Highlights of the 8th Edition A focus on the practical skills outlined by ACHNE as essential for generalist nurses prepares students to do a community assessment, analyze data, form a community nursing diagnosis, and plan, implement, and evaluate a community health program.